Tamil Nadu News: Tamil Nadu Health Minister Ma Subramaniam on Sunday (August 13) criticized Governor RN Ravi’s statement on the state’s anti-NEET bill. He hit back at the Governor and said that now he has nothing to do with it as it has been sent for the approval of the President.
In fact, Governor RN Ravi had said on Saturday (August 12) that he will never approve the bill adopted by the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly against NEET. The health minister said that after being returned by the governor, the state assembly had re-adopted the bill seeking exemption for Tamil Nadu from the purview of NEET.
Did the health minister say anything?
Health Minister Ma Subramaniam said, “Leaving no other option, this time the Governor sent the bill to the President. This finished his work. He has nothing to do with NEET anymore. His consent is also not needed.” No. If the President is satisfied and gives his assent to the Bill, the approval will be conveyed to the Governor.”
Had promised to remove NEET
The health minister said that a governor should ideally support the welfare initiatives of the state government and the DMK regime’s stand against NEET is reflective of public sentiment. DMK President and Chief Minister MK Stalin had given an election assurance to end it if he came to power in 2021. He had said that he would fulfill his promise.
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